It is possible to class things up: VW put out the Phaeton, Toby Keith performed with the Boston Pops, and you put on pants before you went to work today, or if you didn't...you're awesomer than Toby Keith. For a counter service spot that actually keeps it classy, hit Ceviche & Grille
CG's Peruvian from a guy who's made his country's grub for other restos for 14 years before doing his own thang; he's now pioneering upscale counter-service, with food delivered politely to the table on real plates/with real flatware in a surprisingly elevated interior featuring rustic brick/stone surfaces and French Impressionism on walls that're burnt sienna, a color so named ever since Jude Law hooked up with the nanny. Traditional Peruvian apps include Papas a la Huancaina (boiled potatoes in a yellow sauce made with spices, milk, cheese, and crackers), Mussels Chalaca (raw bivalves in lemon juice, onion, and tomato), and grilled beef heart on a skewer called Anticucho, who always lets you get away with more than Unclecucho. They've also got bigger meals like Lomo Saltado de Churrasco (tenderloin tips with sauteed red onions and fries, all doused in gravy), Peruvian-style rotisserie chickens marinated in "secret" ingredients, and ceviches (sea bass, shrimp, or fish/shrimp/mussels); you can even buy portions of excess ceviche marinade called tiger's milk, which hopefully is Grrrrrrrrrrade A
Because some people enjoy beverages with their meal, they've got hooch like sangria, Franca beer from Peru, and little four-packs of vino from Barefoot, plus Peruvian sodas like Red Kola and Inca Kola -- an appropriate selection, as for something to be truly classy, all you need is pops.